Preserving and Celebrating the History of Men's and Women's Intercollegiate Tennis
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About the ITA Hall of Fame
The ITA Men’s Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame was founded in 1983 by the late, legendary University of Georgia Men’s Coach and Hall of Fame member, Dan Magill. The Men’s Hall of Fame, housed at the University of Georgia’s Henry Feild Stadium in Athens, Georgia, includes memorabilia and rare photos from more than 270 players, coaches and contributors that have been inducted.
The ITA Women’s Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame, founded in 1995, was created to celebrate the milestones in women’s collegiate tennis, from the early struggles for recognition to the achievement of full-fledged intercollegiate competition. The Women’s Hall of Fame is operated by William & Mary and is housed in the McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center on the William & Mary campus. Since 1995, over 80 players, coaches and contributors have been inducted.
The Hall of Fame aspires to preserve the history and further the development of men’s and women’s intercollegiate tennis through the collection of printed materials, trophies, photographs, equipment and other significant items.
Each year, the Hall of Fame enshrines exceptional players, coaches and contributors in intercollegiate tennis.
ITA Hall of Fame Inductees
Nominate the Next Hall of Fame Members
- Men’s Hall of Fame Nomination Form – 2025 nomination information to come
- Women’s Hall of Fame Nomination Form – 2024 nominations have closed
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies
View the ITA Men's and Women's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony photo galleries.